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Should You Consider Couples Therapy Before Divorce?

Should You Consider Couples Therapy Before Divorce?

Beginning the divorce process or entering mediation with your soon-to-be ex-partner can be a daunting thought. There’s a good chance you may decide to discuss your options with a divorce lawyer. Most people don’t know much about the divorce process or how to properly prepare for it. A lawyer can give you plenty of useful…

The Benefits of Moving Post-Separation

The Benefits of Moving Post-Separation

Moving can be a stressful experience. However, when you add a separation or divorce and children to the mix, the whole event becomes a lot more complicated. Most people going through a divorce will find that they need to downsize their homes to deal with budgetary restraints and changes in circumstances. Keeping all of your…

Can Recorded Phone Calls Be Used in Evidence?

Can Recorded Phone Calls Be Used in Evidence?

Acquiring the right evidence is crucial in any Australian divorce case or settlement. However, knowing what kind of evidence the courts will consider isn’t always easy. In Australia, there has long been a debate around the use of recorded calls and videos as evidence for family or local court proceedings. Everyone seems to have a…

Split Easy Interviewed on 3AW with Neil Mitchell

Split Easy Interviewed on 3AW with Neil Mitchell

Our Founder & CEO, Mr. Nicholas Zoch was recently interviewed on 3AW with Mr. Neil Mitchell. Have a listen to the interview below:

How to Write an Affidavit

How to Write an Affidavit

Wondering how to write your own affidavit? Split Easy has got you covered. While it’s obviously a lot easier to have an lawyer complete your affidavit on your behalf – it can be much more expensive to get expert assistance too. What’s more, even if you’re paying for your lawyer to help you out, there’s…

Crucial Steps to Take at Work when You’re Separating

Crucial Steps to Take at Work When You're Separating

Separating isn’t easy, but it’s something that a lot of couples go through. When your relationship starts to suffer, and you find that you’re no longer happy with your significant other, the last thing you want to do is force yourself to stay in that situation. When it’s time to move on, the best thing…

Tips for Telling your Child about Your Separation

Tips for Telling Your Child About Your Separation

Telling anyone about your separation can be difficult. However, telling your child that you’re leaving their other parent is one of the most difficult steps in any divorce. Knowing exactly what to say and when to say it can be very tricky. You’ll need to choose the location, day, and time with care, ensuring that…

Dealing with Father’s Day After Divorce

Dealing With Father's Day After Divorce

Divorce can complicate a lot of things in the lives of people with children. However, that doesn’t mean that couples should just stay together for the kids – particularly if they’re unhappy. Instead, it’s important for couples to find a way to address the challenges that arise for them and their children as life goes…

Can Couples Reach Separation Agreements Alone?

Can Couples Reach Separation Agreements Alone?

These days, there seems to be countless stories online about horrible and painful divorces. It seems as though every divorce is doomed to be a total nightmare. However, that’s not necessarily the case. The truth is that couples who separate amicably often just get less airtime and attention than their counterparts. Additionally, in some cases,…

Divorce Preparation – Family Court Australia Legal Words Used in Court and Their Definition

Divorce Preparation - Family Court Australia Legal Words Used in Court and Their Definition

Abuse – in relation to a child, is defined in subsection 4(1) of the Act. For convenience, the definition is set out below with the definition of ‘Family Violence’. Address for service – the address given by a party where documents can be served on them by hand, post or some other form of electronic…